Aroldis Chapman and the New York Yankees continue to struggle in finding their footing this season. After winning two games in a row to start the 2022 MLB campaign, the Yankees have gone 2-4, which includes their heartbreaking 2-1 loss in extra innings to the Baltimore Orioles on the road Friday night.

Chapman did not make good memories out of the game after giving up a walk-off walk. That came a day after he issued three free passes in a 3-0 win in the series finale against the Toronto Blue Jays in the Bronx.

With that pair of outings, Chapman just became another trivia answer he surely wished would have been attached to another pitcher.

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Aroldis Chapman is the only reliever in the modern era to walk all 3 (or more) batters he faced in one appearance and then issue a walkoff walk in his next appearance.

Yankees manager Aaron Boone did not have any regrets about calling on Chapman to try to get New York out of that ninth-inning jam even with the knowledge that the Cuban Missile struggled mightily in the aforementioned Blue Jays game. Chapman, who is due to become a free agent after the 2022 MLB season, later admitted that the last pitch did look off the strike zone, per Randy Miller of

“Looking at it, I felt the pitches were close,” Chapman said through team interpreter Marlin Abreu. “They could have gone either way. There was one that was down and away. The last one I thought it was a little high.

“Close pitches, but at the end, I lost the batter.”

In any case, the New York Yankees should’ve come up with more run support than they did against the Orioles.  They will look to wake up their bats this Saturday night in the second set of this three-game series versus the Baltimore Orioles.